Letter I

For more pics and instructions, see our Letter I blog post!

 

How to Make the Iguana from ABC See, Hear, Do

I is for Iguana! We love the ABC See, Hear, Do Iguana and so will your kids or students! Practice the letter I sound while you bring him to life!

Learn what sound the letter I makes!

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Letter I Invisible Letters Craft

I is for invisible letters! Make this easy craft by writing letters (or words, for more advanced readers) with a white crayon on a white piece of paper. Then let your child paint the paper using water colors. As they paint, the invisible letters will appear!

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Alphabet Ice Cubes

Alphabet ice cubes are a fun sensory activity for practicing the letter I! Just freeze letters in an ice cube tray, and the options for fun are endless. Add them to the bath for extra fun, sprinkle salt on them for a melting race, or let your child mix them up in a glass. Once melted, kids can continue to play with the letters in the water.  Whichever way you choose, it is sure to be a fun time and great practice for learning the letter I!

 ABC See, Hear, Do Iguana Craft

Make this awesome iguana craft, inspired by the ABC See, Hear, Do book! Then share your amazing creations with us!  

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Lowercase Letter I Craft

This adorable insect craft is the perfect way to reinforce the letter i sound while learning about the lowercase letter i!

Letter I Ice Cream

I is for Ice Cream! Make this lip-smacking craft as a great way to reinforce the letter I sound (and then eat a scoop of ice cream to celebrate)!

Letter I Snack Idea: Apple Igloo

I is for Igloo! This fun, creative snack idea will help reinforce the letter I sound! Not only will your little ones love making this with you, it’s a great fine motor skills activity, too!

Ice Cream Alphabet Match

This ice cream alphabet match is a fun way to practice matching lowercase letters with beginning sounds! To make this game, cut cones out of construction paper. Then cut out “ice cream scoops” in various colors. Cut out the lowercase letters you plan to practice and glue one to each cone. Then glue a picture to each “scoop”(we cut ours from old magazines) of something that starts with each lowercase letter sound. Mix up the cones and the “scoops,” and let your little ones match the correct cone (lowercase letter) to its “scoop” (picture)!